Tech Problem Mars 'Game of Thrones' Premiere-Date Reveal

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We're getting down to the wire on HBO's Game Of Thrones, with only a couple of seasons left for the series. From the beginning, it's looked like Jon Snow represents the ice, and Daenerys Targeryen is the fire. The penultimate season of Game of Thrones is coming on Sunday, July 16. The clip was released on the show's official Twitter account shortly after the season 7 premiere date was revealed via Facebook Live.

Fans started to get upset when it became clear it was going to take a long time for the ice to melt. It's a sprawling fantasy drama (perhaps you've heard of it) on HBO that has swordplay, massive battles, dragons and all kinds of political maneuvering that's made it the biggest show on TV. Since then, fans have wondered when the series would return for what, sadly, will be its second-to-last season.

"It will be worth the wait", he said. A new poster that hit this week simply shows the hashtag #GoTS7 over some ice and fire, a rather lazy reference to the George R.R. Martin series of novels that inspired the show.

Naturally, Game of Thrones fans had a strong reactions to the video. Of course, we can't forget the terrifying threat of the White Walkers now that winter has come.

As far as any details for what the new season will entail, well, we're all still in the dark.

And lo, it returned, with castmembers like Lena Headey (Cersei) and Gwendoline Christine (Brienne of Tarth) egging on as many as 125,000 patiently watching fans.

Hey, even with technical glitches: This is a lot more fun than HBO just telling us.

Jon Snow isn't dead and we'll soon find out more about his past - hopefully. If we don't get a teaser trailer of season seven all is not lost.



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